Hannah offered to talk with anyone else living with POTS, to help them network and have an ear to listen. I connected her with Abigale, but wanted to post about her here, too, in case anyone else reading this would like to be in touch.
Those who knew Stephen don’t remember him by his illness. They remember him as a happy, popular kid at Salisbury High School. He won Homecoming King, had friends in every direction, and ended up getting his high school diploma while in the hospital right before he passed.
September 27th: The Riddle family has six kids. Their lives are far from calm. But the fact that one daughter has already beaten cancer and another was diagnosed with Congenital Myasthenia Syndrome makes their lives indescribably crazy.
Dr. Chad Jacobsen, a pediatric oncologist in Charlotte, let Molly Grantham twist his arm enough to go live on Facebook and take your questions, and talk about his world with brain tumors and the children in our area who fight them.
Angel McCaskill will be at Komen Charlotte’s "Race for the Cure" on October 5th. As a 12-year Survivor, she says she wouldn't miss it. SIGN UP to join her and our team http://tinyurl.com/TeamMolly2019.
This townhome is called The House of Hearts and Hope. It’s 7-miles from Duke Hospital in Durham. It’ll be free to families who stay there. There are three bedrooms – each with unique decorations. The entire home is an ode to Lyndsi’s son, Luke.
We featured this incredible Charlotte woman a couple years ago on her 100th birthday. Julia Teamer is now 102-and-a-half and still going strong. Her friends emailed asking if we knew she was also a breast cancer survivor.
Meet William Beazley, 22-months old and trying to play the ukulele. William is originally from Spartanburg, South Carolina, but his mom is from Shelby, and heard about #MollysKids through several friends still living in our area.
Beginning of Chloe Morris’s College Essay: “Most people do not know this, but I have a secret identity. I do not talk about it much because I do not want to make people jealous. My secret identity helps me miss school to attend meetings on how to change the world.”
Look at Gavin Bryson. Last time we had an update on him, he was getting Carolina Panthers tickets on Christmas Eve from one of you guys who had kindly donated them to #MollysKids. Now he’s 11 years old and has been off his chemo for a month without any tumor regrowth.